Emma Jennings, a former footballer with Ballinrobe, and also a former club treasurer, has been appointed the club’s ladies football officer.
Emma will lead moves to establish a ladies football club in Ballinrobe.
She will work closely with the club executive over the coming months to explore the best ways of setting up the club.
Girls up to the age of 12 are currently training in Flanagan Park every Saturday morning at 9.30am. New players are always welcome.
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